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>> reporter: we're live in oakland where a young father and his 1-year-old son are gunned down inside their bedroom. we'll tell you what family members are saying about the baby. this morning there's one less worry for east bay commuters. the good news for thousands of bus riders in the east bay. a major new development in the fatal shooting of oscar grant. why some of the blame may be shifting away from johannes mehserle. the excitement is growing right along with the jackpot. someone could win nearly $500
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billion tonight. "mornings on 2" starts now. well, good morning. it's a brand-new day wednesday, august 7th. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. let's get a look at weather and traffic. quite a bit of drizzle, steve. >> i know we've had 6/100ths. it will be a cool, breezy day with 60s and 70s. >> we're getting word of a crash westbound 80 east of gilman, the police -- it looks like they are at berkeley and albany fire department are responding. it looks like there's a crash. golden gate bridge traffic looks good on the span. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. breaking news from oakland.
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a baby boy and his father were killed in an early-morning shooting. ktvu news has obtained a picture of the child and ktvu's tara moriarty joins us live from the scene of this horrific crime where grieving family members have gathered. >> reporter: good morning. it's been a gut-wrenching morning for family members. they've lost a one father and his 1-year-old son. about 15 minutes ago, the coroner pulled up to take away the father's body. we want to show you a picture of the 1-year-old victim in this case, drew jackson. he was taken to children's hospital earlier this morning after being shot but he did not survive. police say someone crept into the backyard of the house on gormley avenue and shot little drew and his 20-year-old father while they were in the bedroom. neighbors say six to eight shots rang out just before 3:00 this morning. the father died on the scene. family members say the violence in oakland is unbearable and no mother should have to bury
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their baby. >> he was a jolly kid. i know everybody says that about that niece and nephew. he liked to play outside. he liked animals and he liked to play, he liked to play with his sister. >> reporter: this happened on the 400 block of gormley east of 880 by the oakland airport. police have been going door to door asking people what they saw, what they heard. we don't know what the motive is here or even if there is a suspect description. police believe the father may have been the intended target. we'll keep you updated on any new developments. tara moriarty tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. finally some guz news for commuters. a.c. transit buses are running this morning after a tentative deal was reached for a strike. the deal will keep riders from being stranded by a strike that was scheduled to begin just
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after midnight. both sides say they wish a deal had been reached sooner but they say negotiations were not contentious. >> there was a lot of mutual respect on both sides. it was not an acrimonious one. it was a long process, longer than either one of us wanted it to be. but just because the issues were difficult. >> union members must still ratify the contract. a.c. transit serves 181,000 riders in the east bay and into san francisco a day. happening today -- in fact, in a couple of hours, a critical hearing in the b.a.r.t. labor dispute will begin. b.a.r.t. management and labor union leaders will present their cases to a special board of inquiry in a public hearing. the hearing will take place at the state office in downtown oakland. both sides will talk about the issues and how a b.a.r.t. strike or a lockout would affect the public. the board will report to the
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governor by the end of the week, and governor brown could then consider calling for a 60- day cooling off period to keep the trains rolling. this morning's hearing starts at 10:30. it's open to the public. as we said, it will be held in the state office building at 1515 clay street in downtown oakland. ktvu will stream the hearing live on our channel 2 website, ktvu.com. more than four years later, more people working for b.a.r.t. may be blamed for the oscar grant shooting. johannes mehserle went to prison for almost a year for the involuntary manslaughter of oscar grant both new year's day -- on new year's day in 2009. grant's father and four friends filed a civil lawsuit. but the chronicle reports the shift may be blamed to johannes mehserle's supervisor and possibly to b.a.r.t. the court ruled that the lead
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officer had no legal justification for kicking oscar grant off the train and on the platform where the shooting later occurred. new this morning, small grass in san jose are being investigated near bailey avenue and 101. it took firefighters 30 minutes to put the fire out. the largest fire burned about one acre. firefighters say it's too early to know what may have caused the fires. it's a little unusual because it's pretty damp out there. sal, we have a problem on the east shore. >> yes. westbound 80. i want to show you the picture. berkeley fire and medics are responding to this. you can see one of the medicks on the way. they are looking for it. the chp says they found it on the buchanan offramp but maybe berkeley fire didn't get the message. you see the fire truck making
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its way through traffic. albany fire department is responding. there will be a lot of vehicles coming to this crash ear on the highway. moving alongd at the -- along at the bay bridge, a stalled car on upper deck. day three of a less-than- stellar commute. you will be waiting for 25 to 30 minutes. if you are looking at livermore to castro valley, the slowest start is on the altamont past. 880 is slowing from 238 to tennyson. let's go to receive. for those of you who sent us the pictures asking what are the clouds? cumulus clouds, not tropical clouds. there's a lot of low clouds in place. it's in place. it's made it well out to the valley. it's a strong, surge. you can thank or blame this low here and seasonably cool weather will follow it. napa, 83, 90 antioch.
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san francisco, 68. today, 71, 79, 73, 64. it's gonna be a cool, cool day. 50s and 60s by the coast. a lot of reports of light rain/drizzle. if you want to call it light rain, i won't argue with you. inland temperatures will continue to drop. there will be 73 to 75-degree readings. it should be warmer than that and upper 70s that should be closer to 90. low overcast in place. it's probably maxed itself out. it's made it all the way to the sacramento valley. the low responsible will move in somewhere tomorrow between the bay area and the north. cape mendocino. therein lies the key for maybe more texas and a few isolated showers tomorrow. today, it's the low overcast. by friday, it moves north and temperatures will start to recover. a lot of 50s and 60s. you can see a lot of the cloud cover and a few showers northeast california and northern california, tomorrow
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would be the day it moves. drizzle, breezy, it will be sunny but breezy to windy. temperatures are cool. you know when clearlake is 82 and vacaville is 82 that tells you it's a cool pattern. vallejo, benicia, crockett. my friend jenny just wrote me and said, you know, it's getting dark earlier. ive noticed. novato, 72. kentfield, 70. brentwood 80. castro valley, 68. berkeley, alameda, 64. 70s in the santa clara valley. i went with a soft 70 in santa cruz. a lot of 50s, 60s. menlo park, 73. partly cloudy. mostly cloudy thursday then it does a little better going into the weekend. 7:09. people are waking up with dreams of winning a big lotly jackpot. tonight's -- lottery jackpot. tonight's jackpot, $425 million. ktvu's janine de la vega is joining us live in san jose
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where people are hoping to get lucky. >> reporter: yes, dave. i have bought into the hype and i just spent $10 on my own powerball ticket. i got five. they are 2 bucks apiece. we're here at the consider considered lucky. it's at almaden express way and almaden road. it's a 7- eleven. the reason it's considered lucky, they've had two winners here. somebody won $2 million in may. above that, you can see in july, somebody won $287,000 in fantasy 5. the estimated jackpot for powerball is $425 million. that's the fourth largest jackpot ever and it's expected to prompt millions of tickets here in california and all over the country. workers here said the sales of tickets have been very good. most people go for getting the quick pick tickets. if somebody wins a jackpot
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tonight it will translate into a lump sum of $244.7 million. that's good motivation for people this morning who bought in san jose. >> i don't think i'm gonna win. but you never know your chances. i just come here to like -- all of the time and buy my powerballs here. i know, like, two people won. >> reporter: multistate lottery association says if no winning combination for the jackpot is drawn tonight, "we would be in world record territory going into saturday's drawing." as i mentioned before, tickets cost about $2. that raised from a dollar a little while ago because they wanted to build the jackpot faster and generate more money. as far as what chance these people in line have, actual of actually winning the prize, it's 1 in 175 million odds. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel
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2 news. >> wow. a lot of money. >> yes. >> thank you. meeting canceled. president obama will not meet with president putin in moscow. what the white house is telling us about the reasons behind this move. we wanted him to be here for the race. that was unfortunate. >> what team artemis is doing today after a very emotional yacht race on the bay. ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads.
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plenty of low clouds in place. there will be a little bit of sunshine later. temperatures will continue to kind of cool down a little bit. look for 60s, even 70s well inland. welcome back. people living in the south bay, if you have complained that the drinking water smells bad, well you have nothing to worry about. according to the california
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water service company. cal water blames the supplier of the water, santa clara water district. they say the odor is apparently caused by compounds in the treated water. the water district says despite the strange smell, the water is safe to drink. there is a warning from health officials this morning about algae in a northern california lake. officials say a dog became seriously ill and had to be put down after getting into the water at clearlake last week. officials are still waiting for test results to come to determine whether blue green algae in the lake lead to the dog tea death. now, this algae is known to produce toxins that can cause several problems including liver failure when you ingest it. breaking news. there had been speculation. now it's official. president [prime minister prime -- president obama is caningle his
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plans to meet with vladimir putin. the white house has just released the reasons. >> reporter: my contact at the white house sent us this statement saying this is based on a lack of progress on several issues, including global security. russia's degave edward snowden the paperwork he needs to stay in the country for the next year. allowing him to escape federal espionage charges in the u.s. the obama administration says canceling the meeting is due to russian's human rights laws. last night, president obama talked about the relation ship between the u.s. and -- relationship between the u.s. and russia. >> there have been times when they slipped back into the cold war thinking and a cold war mentality. what i say to them and what i say too president putin, that's
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the past. >> reporter: president obama still plans on traveling to the g-20 summit early next month in russia. how other u.s. officials are trying to move forward with russia on several fronts when i see you next. kye kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. jay leno asked president obama about having lunch with hillary clinton last week. >> who invited who to lunch? i'm curious. >> i invited her. >> okay. >> and we had a great time. she had that post- administration glow. [laughter] >> when someone leaves the white house. like two weeks later, they look great. >> a new tv ad against the keystone excel pipeline aired during his visit on "the tonight show." the app was funded by tom stir who is a vocal opponent of the pipeline. >> the keystone pipeline was gonna increase american oil
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dependence. you want to see who it will increase oil dependence for? >> critics say most of the oil will be exported to china. 7:17. happening now -- as part of his swing through southern california, president obama later today will visit marines at camp pendleton. but first, at 10:00 this morning, the president will take part in an online question- and-answer session about housing. he will be on the website zillow. that half-hour chat will be monitored by zillow. if you want to submit a question to president obama, you can create a short vee of your question -- short video of your question or you can submit a ke question on zillow's facebook page or tweet a question to ask zillow.
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the federal government is suing bank of america. there are two lawsuits saying bank of america made misleading statements. it's paid $45 million to settle cases dealing with country wide mortgage or merrill lynch which b of a purchased of a the financial crisis. it's the latest controversy involving anthony weiner. >> the new york politician was recorded in a heated exchange with george mcdonnell after a debate among new york mayoral candidates. mcdonnell accused wiener of starting the confrontation by patting him on the chest. anti-war activist cindy
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sheehan is planning to run for governor next year. she's running a as a peace and freedom candidate. last year, she ran as a vice president's candidate alongside roseanne barr. she want as an independent against nancy pelosi the year before. i looked outside. kind of cloudy. we're expecting cooler temperatures around the bay. look at that sky. steve paulson is coming back. he will tell you when it will start to warm up around here. new details in an amber alert out of southern california. what a missing 16-year-old girl reportedly said about the man accused of killing her mother before the deadly attack. good morning. it's very slow on 80. even slower at the bay bridge toll plaza. i will tell you why another bad day for the bridge. [ female announcer ] jump-start your day
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team artemis is getting ready for another race today after a very emotional day in the competition. yesterday, the swedish team was back in the waters for the first time since the tragic loss of andrew b.a.r.t. simpson. he was killed when their catamaran flipped over during a practice run in may. >> we wanted to be out there with andrew. we wanted him to be competing that first race with us. and that was not unfortunately to be. >> they loss the race. but they are hoping for a victory when they compete in a second heat against the italian team. a massive manhunt goes on for a man accused of abducking two children who are the focus of a statewide amber alert. police say james dimaggio burned down his san diego home, killing the children's mother and an unidentified child.
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authorities issued an amber alert for hannah anderson and ethan anderson. family members think the child found in the burned-out home is ethan anderson. police say dimaggio may be driving a blue four door nissan versa. he could be headed for texas or canada. 6 wcu 986 is the license plate number. >> please bring ply cousin home. >> family members and friends held this emotional vigil pleading with dimaggio to bring her home. hannah's father and grandmother spoke at the vigil. they asked loved ones don't give up hope before releasing balloons in the sky. they also say james dimaggio was a friend of the family and rented a room from hannah's grandmother for two years before buying the house he's accused of buying down. friends of hannah anderson said
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she had been worried about dimaggio's behavior in the last month. and they say he was interested, according to the reports, in dating her. so all of this is still being investigated. we want to check in with sal, see what's happening on the roads this morning. slow spots out there. >> we've had a couple of bad mornings for some freeways. we had a crash on buchanan. that was cleared. traffic is slowed all the way to the toll plaza. they've moved the stall. things are improving. things are not as bad as yesterday. yesterday was not as bad as monday. it's backed up for a 25, 30- minute delay. san mateo bridge right here. you can see the road sensors showing a little bit of congestion on the span. the dumbarton bridge is better. 880 southbound is okay.
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when you get to 101, it looks okay. there's a little bit of slowing. let's go to steve. a very cool, cloudy morning. temperatures in the 50s or 60s. you throw in the overcast. i think we'll see cumulus clouds tomorrow. they are up in northern california. high pressure is long gone. it's in texas. low clouds, light rain, drizzle. measurable amounts have been reported. the low hangs out today and tomorrow. it's a cool pattern. 80s out to sacramento. drizzle will let up here. usually does after the 8:00 hour. but the low until it punches through which won't be until thursday, gives us temperatures way below average. take a good look if you are
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watching us at mt. shasta, redding. susanville, up to crescent city, you can expect a shower or two. drizzle, breezy, low, overcast, i think there's breaks in the low cloud deck. even when it burns off and it's sunny, there will be a strong west wind behind it. temperatures are very, very cool. slight warmup after we get past thursday. staying slightly below average. 7:27. a sad story. a tragedy involving a child in oakland. what may have led to the shooting of a baby boy and his young father. >> reporter: overnight with less than an hour to go before an approved struck, a deal was struck and the traffic is averted. a.c. transit buses are running as scheduled. you will hear from riders and
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drivers coming up. we're begging anyone with information to call us. >> a family's desperate search for a missing oakland woman. what they will be doing today in the hopes of finding her. 5ñ
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updating this morning's breaking news, a 1-year-old baby boy and his 20-year-old
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father were killed in an early- morning shooting in oakland. ktvu news has obtained a picture of the child who was killed just hours ago on gormley avenue. police tell ktvu that somebody fired a gun into the back bedroom of a home. police believe the baby's father may have been the intended target. grieving family members say no mother should ever have to bury her baby. >> he was a jolly baby. i know everybody says that about their kids and niece and nephew. he really was. he liked to play outside. he liked animals and all of the other stuff. he liked to play. he loved to play with his sister. >> ktvu's tara moriarty is on the scene of this horrific crime. she'll have more on the shooting and the investigation at 8:00. there is some good news for east bay commuters this morning. claudine wong is live with reaction from riders after an a.c. transit strike is averted. good morning, claudine. >> reporter: good morning,
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tori. yes, there's relief. we've got one person waiting for an a.c. transit bus this morning. yes. how are you feeling? >> i was surprised that the headlines didn't have it. >> reporter: well, they have it right here. they say no a.c. transit strike. >> that always looks to me that it's letting me know that everything is fine. >> reporter: we can let you know it is fine. i'm claudine wong. nice to meet you. yes, a late-night deal. so no strike. so there will be buses coming along here. we found buses this morning. we've been talking to riders and drivers all morning. we're over in oakland as the buses started their route, 4:45 at 14th and broadway. the people we saw then were the people who worked overnight didn't know how they were gonna get home. so they were watching the developments very closely. >> we usually travel between 12:00 at night and 4:00 in the morning. this would really affect us if they didn't. when we heard they were gonna
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be on strike, we were worried they weren't gonna be running. so it was either a taxi that doesn't run on san pablo or working. >> reporter: ktvu was there when the negotiators came out to announce a deal was reached. the strike was averted at 12:01 this morning. this was literally the 11th hour. members still need to ratify it. >> it's pretty fair. it's okay. i don't really have much to say about it. >> reporter: you are not jumping for joy but you are certainly glad to be at work? >> yes. >> reporter: this goes to the members of atu. it will happen later this month. no one is characterizing these negotiations as easy. the union called it an ordeal
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and very stressful. the general manager issued a statement that said there are no winners and losers in this outcome, although the winners, if you ask riders, they feel pretty lucky themselves this morning because they can get on the bus as usual. i have to mention that the question was asked what would you tell b.a.r.t. negotiation teams as they hit the table and then try to get a deal again? they would say, according to the president of the atu, in this situation, stay at the table. just make sure you stay at the table to get that deal done. you are looking live at one of the a.c. transit buses in business getting riders where they want to go hard at work this morning. >> reporter: live in emeryville, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. a mystery is unfolding as we speak. a family, desperately searching for a hard-working single mom. ktvu's pam cook is in the newsroom to tell us what happened and the reason they need your help. pam? >> reporter: well, this
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mysterious case started with a burglary of a home in oakland and the missing dog. now a woman is missing as well. 50-year-old sandra coke was last seen sunday night at about 7:00 leaving her home on aline street in oakland. she told her daughter she was heading out to meet someone who said they found her dog jenny. now, the dog has been missing for several months now after their home had been burglarized. when sandra didn't come home sunday night, her daughter called police and her sister flew out from new jersey. >> she has a 15-year-old daughter who is the light of her life and is her number one concern. my sister was about her daughter and work. she was not somebody who went out late at night. >> that's why her sister is so concerned. she also told us that someone previously tried to extort money from sandra, falsely claiming they had her dog.
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sandra coke is an investigatorrer with the federal defenders office in sacramento. in our next hour of "mornings on 2," we'll tell you some of the things that police have found in their investigation and what the family plans to do today. reporting live in the newsroom, pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. people in palo alto, you are being told to lock your windows, lock your doors, there have been at least six burglaries in the past week and a half. the first was on july 26th. the most recent, august 1st. investigators think the thieves are getting in through open windows and unlocked doors. new this morning, demolition crews are tearing down the cleveland home where ariel castro held three young women captive for years. today's demolition comes less than a week after castro was sentenced. security is very tight and the the remnants of the house are being shredded to prevent
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souvenirs to bying e of the victims watching, michele knight. once the home is torn down, knight wants to build a park at the site with a garden and a statue of an angel. google did some high-tech demolition before castro's house came down. the search engine giant removed his home from the google map system. searches for the address now show a blurred blocks instead of castro's house. the goal is to reduce the number of people driving by castro's old home. the man accused of driving his car into a crowd at the venice beach boardwalk in los angeles says it was a horrible accident. 38-year-old nathan campbell pleaded not guilty yesterday. he was charged with nearly three dozen felony accounts, including murder, assault and hit and run. security video shows the car crashing into the crowd.
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an italian woman on her honeymoon was killed. six others were hurt. is being held on ted to be $1 million. investigators are searching for a second man who may be tied for the deadly stabbing of a hardware store clerk. he was just starting his shift at the ace start when someone came in and stashed him 17 times. investigators want to talk with the man who came into the store at the same time as the suspect, agnew. surveillance video shows the man arriving in a white car, just ahead of the man believed to be agnew. we're hoping we may be able to locate him and see whether or not he might have witnessed some of the interaction between mr. stone and the defendant. >> investigators say the deadly attack was a random act by a mentally unstable man. the suspect reportedly told
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police, he was on a mission from allah. let's check in with sal. how are things looking on 680 in walnut creek? >> kind of slow. contra costa county had slow traffic also on highway 4 dumbing out of antioch -- coming out of antioch. then it picks back up driving to san ramon. the been toll plaza is backed up for a 30-minute plus commute. just the regular commute. it's not as bad as arrest. the commute lanes are doing very well. there are no problems if you are driving on the san mateo bridge. it's slow getting over to san mateo. 280 itself on the peninsula looks good and some of that mist seems to be going away. but it's still prevalent on the coast. for more on t'bring
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steve in. >> we had measurable amounts. a lot of reports. san francisco, about three or four reports. a lot of low clouds. the low responsible for this continues it churn off the coast. the key will be where it moves inland tomorrow. it may be a little north. now, yesterday, we had a lot of mid-level cloud deck, it's pushed to the north. but that could put us in line for a few showers. the main message, how cool it is. these are the average highs for this time of year. antioch should be 90 degrees. today, they will be 79. napa, 71. san rafael 81. another day of 60s for san francisco. upper 50s or low 60s. sometimes i don't want to show the readings because i don't think it give us the right forecast. these are very close.
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even some inland locations will be close to 79, 81. the low responsible for it, it's giving a cool pattern out to sacramento. it's a big fog bank probably maxing itself out. even when it breaks up, it will not be very warm. these are cooler temperatures. a mix of low and high clouds. 50s on the temperatures. they've been sitting right where they are right now due to the cloud cover. but to the north, some partly cloudy skies, mostly cloudy especially northeast keaul. there could be a few isolated showers. our best opportunity would be tomorrow. as the low comes in giving a little instability for the atmosphere. drizzle -- i was gonna say combine the two there. dreezy. combine the two. 50s, 60s, 70s and very low 80s. clearlake is in there. i haven't heard from chloe yet.
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it will be cool. novato 72. petaluma 70. 65 oakland. 60 for alameda, berkeley, san leandro danville san ramon is really cool for this time of year. you cupertino is in there. cooler tomorrow as far as the overall pattern, it looks better going into the weekend. banning boring posts. how facebook is gonna encourage more exciting messages on their website. and an unusual site inside the san francisco bay. where a great white shark was caught on camera.
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concerns grew over the longevity of the federal reserve stimulus policy. one anliz pointed out we are -- analyst pointed out we are it's not surprising to see some people taking profits. general electric has decided not to build the largest solar plant in the country. there's already a glut of them on the market. that's forcing down the project making the project less profitable for g.e. g.e. will shut down the denver research center. 50 people will lose their jobs at the research center. >> 7:45. facebook is rolling out some
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new changes to its news feed. now posts will the most likes are gonna be bumped up to the is old. he news feed before the facebook says the change will give people the chance they want to see but may have missed. it also means users and advertisers will have to come up with more interesting posts if they want people to see them. yahoo! is changing its logo for the first time in its 18-year history. for the next month, yahoo!'s website will feature 30 different designs. one of the versions will replace the purple y and the exclamation point. yahoo has already picked the look. the trial of the army psychiatrist of killing 13 people in a shooting rampage
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continues today. major nidal hassan is acting as his own lawyer and told the court the evidence will clearly show he's the shooter. one of the shooting victims who survived says i has physical as well as emotional scars. >> i don't go to crowded places anymore. i 0 don't even go to the mall -- i don't even go to the mall. i don't take my child to disneyland. i can't deal with it. >> if convicted, he faces the death penalty. the government in yemen says it foiled an al qaeda plot to take over key cities and blow up gas facilities. a u.s. drone strike overnight killed six suspected militants. this is the day of a most americans were evacuated from the embassy there. this is the fifth suspected u.s. drone attack in yemen in less than two weeks.
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new security barriers have been set up outside of the u.s. embassy in yemen. air force this stems from an al qaeda threat that led to the closing of embassies and consulates across africa and the middle east. rudy giuliani says if the rus is forced to close embassies because of terrorist threats then the thrifts have won. >> we've gotta build up the security so we don't have islamic extremists killing us out. 7:48. the united states filed the first charges in connection with a deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya last year. that attack killed four people,
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four americans, including u.s. embassy chris stevens. federal officials say several suspects including a prominent militia leader in libya has been charged. the details are under seal. the investigation goes on. new this morning, kenya's main airport has reopened now to domestic and cargo flights after a massive overnight fire. now, that fire gutted the international area at the international airport in nairobi, kenya. two people were treated for smoke inhalation but they were not seriously hurt. officials say there's no immediate evidence of terrorism but the investigation goes on. a pennsylvania man who helped stop a town hall gunman says he's no hero. police say mark kresh wrestled the suspect to the ground after opening fire during a town council meeting in rural pennsylvania monday night. three people were killed. three others wounded. police credit kresh with
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preventing an even bigger tragedy. kresh says he was only trying to save his wife. >> after the second round of shooting, i could not take any more shooting. i -- i got up and ran and i'll be honest with you, my wife was behind me and i did not want her to be shot. along with that other people were safe, too, and that's terrific. but that's why i did what i did. >> investigators say the gunman had been in a heated dispute with the town council over a sewer line that was on his property. 7:50. law enforcement in southern california say they have made a dent in the california marijuana smuggling ring. yesterday agents for the border patrol and the coast guard stopped the boat that carried more than $4 million of illegal pot. the agents said the boat didn't
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have the proper navigational lights on. then they found 38 bales containing 119 packages of marijuana. two people were arrested. in new york city, an ice cream vendor was arrested for allegedly selling something a lot different from popcicles. police found illegal drugs hidden in the ice cream truck. the man from brooklyn is accused of selling narcotics, including cocaine. surveillance video shows undercover cops buying the drugs with a hat full of crash. the truck was parked at a pier where a lot of children often play. nine minutes before 8:00. america's love for beer appears to be fading. a new survey shows the number of people who drink beer compared to wine is now virtually the same. 20 years ago, beer had a 20-
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point advantage. researchers showed people were choosing wine over beer. taco bell plans to serve breakfasts, with a menu starting next year. it's expanding the test of what it calls waffle tacos. those are waffles folded around scramblings and sausage that comes with a side order of syrup and that's the best- selling item so far. they will be available in 100 restaurants across the country starting tomorrow. but the closest restaurant to us in the bay area, that would be in fresno. have to make a little bit of a drive. >> i'll check it out. >> i'm sure you will. uh-huh. a sad story. more on the breaking news, a horrible tragedy. >> he was a jolly baby. he liked to play outside. he liked animals. >> what may have lead to the deadly shooting of a baby boy and his young father. a twist in the investigation of a jetblue.
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what the pilot did that has investigators raising their eyebrows.
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federal investigators want to know what the southwest airlines pilot were doing in the moments before their jet crash-landed in new york last month. the copilot had been at the controls with the captain watching the instruments as they were descending. when the plane was 400 feet off the ground, they switched their roles. federal investigators say changing roles, that's not unusual. but now they are investigating why they change and why they did it slow close to the ground. there's a warning for people swimming or windsurfing on san francisco bay. the aquarium of the bay photographed this great white shark yesterday off fort mason near the marina green.
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experts say while great whites roam off the coast, it's strange to see one inside of the bay. they say it looks like a young shark. just a heads up if you see a fin, be careful. >> yeah. oh, boy. sal, what are you seeing at the toll plaza on our roads? >> yeah, 25, 30-minute delay on the bridge. the traffic on the bridge in the last half-hour has been pretty good. that's making a difference here at the bay bridge toll plaza. also looking at 880. it's beginning to slow down northbound as you pass the coliseum. you can see traffic is moving along pretty well getting up into the why the there. also the -- into the area there. let's go to steve. a couple breaks in there.
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but it's slow to clear. the interesting day will be tomorrow when the low moves in. we had the mid-level clouds yesterday. wrapping back around that tomorrow could place some back on us. had a lot of reports. measurable amounts. the low overcast, even visiting out to sacramento. stockton, pretty far in there. so a cooler inland pattern a slight -- if we don't bottom out today or tomorrow, we'll see a slight warmup on friday into the weekend. not that much warmer. this is gonna be a slow process. you can see some of that shower activity and cloud cover up in northern california. pretty active for this time of year. it's not going anywhere today. it will by tomorrow. 50s, 60s and 70s. very, very low 80s. low overcast. stockton, brentwood, fairfield, that's a pretty strong push. that means temperatures will be well below average. after thursday we'll see more sunshine and slightly warmer temperatures. a threatened struck had thousands of commuters on edge.
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>> i ride the bus and b.a.r.t. >> this morning there's one less worry for bus riders in the east bay. >> reporter: we're live in oakland where a young father and his 1-year-old son are shot and killed while sleeping in their bedroom. we'll tell you what we've just learned about how the shooting went down. and $425 million is up for grabs. the rush for the powerball tickets ahead of tonight's drawing. ♪ [ horn honks ] kevin! toaster strudel, yah? ♪ warm, flaky, gooey toaster strudel. faster than kenny can dodge a question. honey, how'd that test go? [ female announcer ] in just 60 seconds, you've got snack-defying, satisfying mmmm. totino's pizza rolls. mmm hmmm. mmmm. [ female announcer ] zero to pizza. pronto.
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wash. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm steve clark. let's check with steve this low shows no signs of leaving any time soon. it will move inland. but the damage is done. temperatures very, very cool. 60, 70s. below average temperatures even with sunshine. we're looking at the east shore freeway. it was very slow earlier. there was a crash in the area. as we pull back, you can see traffic is evening out on the way to the bay bridge which is improving but there's still a big backup at the toll plaza. this is a look at the san mateo bridge congested but there's still a pretty good alternate as you drive over to 101.
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breaking news from oakland. a baby boy and his young father were killed in an early-morning shooting. ktvu's tara moriarty just got some new information on this horrific crime. tara? well, it looks like we're losing our audio with tara. she, once again, is at the scene of a shooting where a 20- year-old father and his 1-year- old boy were shot inside a house. we'll try to re-establish connection with tara in just a moment and we'll get back to her shortly. i'm pick it up from here. 8:016789 there's actually good news to tell you about for commuters. a.c. transit buses are out there. they are running this morning. a tentative deal was reached averting a strike. a.c. transit agreed to a 9.5% raise over three years for more than 1600 union workers. the deal will keep riders from
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being stranded by a strike that was scheduled to start just after midnight. >> it's been a hard negotiations period. we've been in negotiations for over five months. at times it seems that, you know, we weren't going to be able to get an agreement. but getting an agreement was always our goal. >> union members still have to ratify the contract later this month. a.c. transit serves 181,000 riders a day in the east bay and into san francisco. happening today, a critical hearing in the b.a.r.t. labor dispute will begin. b.a.r.t. management and union leaders will present their cases to a special board of inquiry. the public hearing will take place at the state office building in downtown oakland. both sides will discuss the issues and how a b.a.r.t. strike or lockout would affect the public. the board will report to the governor by the end of the week. governor brown could call for a
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60-day cooling off period to keep the trains rolling. the hearing begins at 10:00 a.m. it's open to the public. it will be held in the state office building at 1515 clay street in oakland. we'll stream the hearing live on our channel 2 website at ktvu.com. who is to blame for the death of oscar grant? that answer may be changing. b.a.r.t. officer johannes mehserle who fired the fatal shot went to prison for nearly a year for the involuntary manslaughter of grant. that happened on new year's day in 2009. grant's father and four friends have filed a lawsuit against mess. but a chronicle reports shift could be blamed to johannes mehserle's supervisor and possibly the transit agency. the court ruled that the lead officer had no legal justification for kicking grant off a train and onto the platform where the shooting
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later occurred. 8:03. new this morning, five small grass fires in san jose are under investigation. the fire started near bailey avenue off highway 101 about 3:00 this morning. it took firefighters about 30 minutes to put them all out. the biggest one burned about an acre. firefighters say it's still too early to know what may have caused those fires. we're gonna take you back to a story we were talking about a few minutes ago with tara moriarty, a very sad story out of oakland. a baby boy and his young father were killed. let's go back to tara moriarty. there's new information you are gathering about what happened, tara. >> reporter: yeah, we've learned more information, just details about exactly what happened last night. we understand the young mother was visiting from fresno. he was sleeping in one of the bedrooms with his 1-year-old son. if you look through the gate here, it was toward the back of the house there. someone shot the two of them
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through a window in the house. we want to show you a picture of the 1-year-old victim in this case, drew jackson. he was taken to children's hospital earlier this morning after being shot. but he did not survive. police are now looking for the person who crept into the backyard of the house on gormley avenue and shot little drew and his 20-year-old father andrew thomas. neighbors say 6 to 8 shots rang out just before 3:00 this morning. the father was shot several times, according to police, and died on scene. now, we spoke to the boy's aunt earlier this morning who said drew was a jolly baby who liked to play outside. >> no mother deserves to bury their 1-year-old child. the violence in oakland just plainly needs to stop. it needs to stop. they need to pick it up and figure it out, get the guns off the streets. my nephew did not deserve to get killed. >> that's my family. i love him. he's a food guy. he was only 20 years old. i don't know what happened.
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>> reporter: the killings happened on the 400 block of gormley avenue just east of the oakland airport. so far police are not reliesing a smoetive or -- releasing a motive or suspect description. we'll keep you posted. live from oakland, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. a powerball jackpot worth $425 million is up for grabs tonight. this morning people have been lining up to get a ticket. ktvu's janine de la vega is live in san jose where people are really hoping to get lucky. janine? >> reporter: yes, tori. about half the people in line at the 7-1 elevennen have been buying powerball tickets. this store is considered to be lucky. it's on alma done -- alma done
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express -- almadon. that's because there have been two winners here. this jackpot is the fourth largest jackpot for the powerball ever. it's prompting people to buy tickets. at this store, sales have been very good. many are buying tickets and going for the quick pick tickets. theods of winning the jack -- the odds of winning the jackpot is 1 in 175 million. but that's not stopping people from dreaming big. >> i always said if i win money, i will give money to the ron amed mock donald foundation, the -- ronald mock done mcdonald -- ronald mcdonald foundation, the you will keepia association and --
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leukemia association and to st. jude. >> reporter: the multistate lottery says if no winnin mbination is drawn tonight, we would be in the world record territory going into saturday's drawing. that would cause a buying frenzy. back out here live, you know, i have got into the hype and spent $10 which gives me five tickets. here's to hoping -- i just asked one of the workers here what's the most that somebody has spent this morning on buying powerball tickets. he told me that somebody actually spent $180, you know, for 90 tickets this morning. so wow. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we said that too. wow. quite a bit of money. >> thank you, janine. 8:08. sal's serious about your commute. you are watching highway 24 and everything else, aren't you, sal? >> that's right, dave and tori. it's still slow out there.
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we have a little bit of slowing. not so much in walnut creek and la fayette. as you get closer to the tunnel in oakland. when you get to oakland, you will see some slow traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is backed up for about a 25- minute delay. it has improved quite a bit in the last half-hour. i want to show you on the maps, the road sensors are still showing us slow traffic. livermore to castro valley. the san mateo bridge getting a lot of work this morning, it's congested to highway 101. i want to tilt up a little bit and slow you vallejo to richmond. today this commute is better. there was an earlier crash at buchanan that's been long gone. let's go to steve. a very good morning, cloudy morning. low clouds out to sacramento valley. many locations that don't see low clouds, it's there today. the low responsible for it is making a little bit of a move. it may not leave until saturday afternoon or sunday. so the low clouds will probably get chewed up but the high and
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mid-level clouds, they may ramp back in tomorrow or friday. it will be close. it will be close. these are the average highs this time of year. name, 83. antioch should be 90. san francisco should be 68 today. nobody is really close except san francisco. 64. san rafael 10 under at 71. antioch 79. 71 in napa. a cool forecast. even 70. temperatures are cool from coast, bay inland, it doesn't matter but the biggest drop will be for the inland areas. had a lot of drizzle. the cast helped along by the low-pressure system. i see a gradual bump up in the temperatures. i think the nothing will get chewed up today or tomorrow. we may get warmer as the low comes in. today is a cool day even when the fog burns out. the wind is already 26 at fairfield. there's a fresh breeze behind this. the low is spinning in a lot of cloud cover. yesterday we had some of ours.
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yesterday made for interesting pictures. a lot of people sent us pictures of the clouds. s pweather if you want to tweet me. this is like a wheel rotating around that. you may see some of that move in. drizzle and breezy -- i have fun every day. when we start to talk weather things pick up. how cool can it get coast and bay? 60s and 70s -- st. helena is 79. novato 72. richmond, 63. sausalito, 64 and fairfield at 76 with vacaville 82. clearlake, 82. it might be cooler than that. it will be cooler than that in ukiah. 79 antioch, pittsburg with low clouds. 76. berkeley, 64. pleasanton only 75. 72 san jose. 70s for morgan hill and gilroy. san martin. did go 70 in santa cruz.
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50s, 60s on the coast. much of the peninsulas. cool with clouds, partly cloudy, maybe mostly cloudy. could be an isolated shower or two, we have to watch for the low to get out of the picture. there could be some partly cloudy skies in there. it does look warmer. >> thank you, steve. some promising news involving a health crisis in america. the hopeful signs that the tide may be turning in the fight against childhood obesity. a chilly relationship gets chillier. the reason president obama just canceled a one-on-one meeting with a head of state. fb
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a lot of low clouds. a few sunbreaks in there. in crockett, a little bit of sun breaking through. there's a lot of low clouds. 60s, 70s. all right, steve. just about 8:15. breaking news this morning. the white house confirms speculation ahead of next month's g-20 summit. president obama will attend the summit. but he's canceling his one on one meeting with russian president vladimir putin. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the white house is saying several issues led up to the decision. kyla? >> reporter: my contact said the decision was based in part on a lack of progress on global security issues. president obama is frustrated with vladimir putin and the
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decision to grant temporary asylum to nsa leaker edward snowden. it allows him to escape espionage charges in the u.s., for now. he talked about snowden on the "tonight show" yesterday. >> it's important for me not to prejudge something. hopefully at some point he will go to trial and have a lawyer and due process. >> reporter: the obama administration cites additional reason for canceling the one on one meeting including missiles defense and arms control and russian human rights law. this friday, chuck hagel and secretary of state john kerry will be meeting with their russian counterparts here in washington with the hopes of making progress on a range of issues. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 8:16. president obama talked about housing yesterday in phoenix, arizona. that made some people angry. protesters held signs and chanted in spanish. they say the president should have focused on immigration
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reform while in arizona. but there were the so-called dreamers brought to the u.s. as children and are now able to get citizenship. >> didn't give us license. we have to continue to fight for that. that's what's so beautiful to be in the united states because you get to fight for the things you want. >> the u.s. senate passed immigration reform legislation but the issue is now stalled in the house. former president george w. bush is back home. one day after a successful heart operation. a spokesperson for the 43rd president said he's doing great. bush was released from a dallas hospital this morning. the 67-year-old will a heart procedure to ease a blocked artery yesterday. his doctors say the former president is in great spirits and will resume his regular schedule tomorrow. 8:17. the city of rich plond is ngin an innovative
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program promoting literacy. it's sponsored by the national campaign for grade level reading. it provides books at schools, libraries would you believe encouraged to borrow the book at a laundromat, take it home and read it and then bring it back for another book. kids who are not reading at grade level by the end of the 3rd grade, are more likely to drop out of high school. a doctor is due in court accused of molesting five students. william ayers has been freed on $900,000 bail. now, ayers pled no contest in may to eight counts of child molestation. he's facing up to 22 years in prison when sentenced. a state tax auditor from livermore is accused of
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sexually abusing the son of a friend. timothy rodriquez was arrested monday at his home. he's suspected of molesting a 9- year-old boy. rodriquez is already a registered sex offender. he was convicted in 1989 in connection with a case from fremont. he's facing 25 years to life in prison ifth convicted. for the first time in decades, the number of obese children is starting to decline. the centers for disease control says the percentage of obese children in 20 u.s. states and territories including california slipped. but about one of every eight preschoolers is still overweight enough that it affects their health. researchers say children who are obese between the ages of 3 and 5 are five times more likely to be obese as adults. san francisco's museum of modern art may be closed but its museum store is now open for business. a grand opening will be held today for the museum store's
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temporary location at 51 yerba buena lane in san francisco. shoppers can visit the second location at san francisco international airport. the new museum is scheduled to open in 2016 after three years of renovations. 8:20. this weekend, golden gate park in san francisco will be rocking. they are gonna host the outside lands music festival, one of the biggest and most popular in the country. the crews are out there building all of the different stables and setting up the -- stages and setting up those giant speakers. about 200,000 fans are expected over three days. some of the neighbors say the big crowds create a lot of traffic and a lot of noise. >> all of the parking, a lot of buses, a lot of traffic around here. a little bit noisy but not bad. >> concert promoters have been working closely with the city about issues of parking and security. muni is adding extra service on the 5 line. the attractions gud paul
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mccartney and -- include paul mccartney and the red hot chili peppers. tens of thousands left in the dark. what pg&e says caused a major power outage in san francisco overnight. also we're looking outside of the window. a lot of people had to use windy shield wipers this morning. steve paulson is coming back and will tell us whether the skies are gonna clear up later today. and you want to see this, this car is flipped over. the fire department just arrived, west 80 coming up on ashby avenue. we'll tell you what we think happened here and what it will do to traffic.
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westbound 80 at ashby avenue. it's an overturned car, reportedly a hit-and-run accident here. the fire department has arrived on the scene. the right lane is blocked. you see firefighters up there underneath the overpass sweeping some stuff up. that may have been where the original collision occurred. traffic is backing up to carlson on 80 westbound coming down the freeway here. we'll figure out more about what's happening. this may take pressure off the bay bridge which has already been very slow. let's go back to the desk. new details about two separate bank robbery sprees in the bay area. the fbi just released these photos of a man they say robbed at least two banks in san francisco since june. and they call him the up-close
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bandit because how clear is face is on the bank's security video. the fbi is also searching for a group of men they are calling the high jumper bandits because they are known to jump over bank counters. investigators say they may be responsible for a as many as five bankriries in san francisco and millbrae. the latest robbery happened last week at the first republic bank on geary boulevard in san francisco. investigators say the men are armed and they are becoming more violent. 8:25. new this morning, the power is back on for more than 30,000 pg&e customers in san francisco. equipment failure at a substation, knocked out the power around midnight in the richmond and sunset districts. it took about 45 minutes to get the lights back on. 8:25. we want to check in again with sal and see where the slow spots are this morning. i know there's a big problem in the east bay. >> that's right, in berkeley, west 80 at ashby avenue. this overturned vehicle,
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reportedly as the result of a hit-and-run accident. you can see that the car there is going to be very, very -- well, the car is upside down but there was someone walking around. the chp did tell us that the person who was in the car did get out. however, they are doing an investigation or taking up the right lane and traffic is backed up all the way up to carlson. jj, if you can move the camera to the right here real quick and tilt up for me. you can see what this is doing to the east shore freeway. one thing after another for 80. this is just the latest of the indignities these commuters have to suffer to as you try to get down to the macarthur maze. let's go to the toll plaza. it's backed up for a 30-minute delay. we're looking at the commute on 580 westbound. it's actually improved quite a bit from livermore to castro valley. let's go to steve. a lot of low clouds. there are a few breaks in the
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cloud deck. i would have to think today is at the peak. it's way up there, tended up to the sacramento valley. there's not much left to support it. the low is beginning to low. it produced a few cumulus clouds. we may see more. not as many today. most of the ban has moved to the north. get a good signature on the low. it's on the way. by that, i mean it's coming in somewhere between -- it looks like around ukiah, clearlake and the bay area between now and friday. that will keep things on the cool side. 50s, 60s, even 70s inland. could be a little isolated shower activity by the weekend. it does look warmer by the weekend. the continuing desperate search for a missing woman from oakland. what authorities have found and what her family will be doing today. >> reporter: in just two hours, a critical meeting for b.a.r.t. and its unions as a special
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inquiry gets underway. what we've just learned about what we can expect will happen today.
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an overturned car blocking the right lane in berkeley. the chp tells us no one was injured in the crash. we saw a person presumed to be the driver out walking around out there. an update on our other breaking news story this morning. a 1-year-old baby boy and his 20-year-old father were killed.
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it happened in an early-morning shooting in oakland. ktvu news has obtained a photo of the child who was killed about 3:00 this morning on gormley avenue. here's the photo. police tell ktvu someone fired shots into the back bedroom of a home. police believe the baby's father may have been the intended victim. tara moriarty has been on this all morning. she's getting new details and will be back with an update in a few minutes. there's good news for commuters. a.c. transit buses are run -- running this morning after a tentative deal was done. the deal will keep riders from being stranded by a strike that was due to begin after midnight. >> it's been a hard negotiations period. we've been in negotiations for over five months. at times, it seems that, you
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know, we weren't going to be able to get an agreement but getting an agreement was always our goal. >> union members still have to ratify the contract later this month. a.c. transit serves about 181,000 riders a day in the east bay and into san francisco. happening today, in just two hours, negotiators four b.a.r.t. and its unions are scheduled to appear at an important hearing. claudine wong is live with the focus of the hearing and the efforts to prevent a strike. claudine? >> reporter: well, good morning. yes. we're at the state building on clay street. this is where the inquiry will take place. i want to show you the room where it will be happening. we'll be there. this is a public hearing. anyone can come. we're getting a better idea of just what exactly is going to happen once this hearing gets underway. you've got this panel who is going to listen to all sides of the issue as they try to avert
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a strike. that means, b.a.r.t. will make a presentation as will all three of the unions and then the public will get to weigh in. this board will take that information back to the governor and then the governor can then decide where to go from here. that could mean a 60-day cooling off period. how long is this all gonna last? well, it could last -- at this point, the panel was estimating two to four hours. it's hard to tell. it could last longer depending upon how many questions the panel has. from what i'm told as the presentations are being made, it can be interrupted at any time. ask as many questions. they are not making any signed of recommendation, just giving all of the information to governor brown so he can decide where this goes from here. at this point, they want to put everything on the panel and let this panel and the governor see where they are coming from in
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all of this. certainly we know negotiations have been tough. we know a strike danger is very, very real. we've been there before. people are very concerned in the bay area that we could be there again. this considered a very critical hearing as everything gets laid out. we should learn key tails about -- details about what's been on the table. we'll be in there streaming it live at ktvu.com. this is something that everyone will be watching carefully as the governor tries to decide if he needs to continue to intervene in these ongoing labor disputes. claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> a lot of commuters very interested in the outcome. thank you, claudine. this morning's here hing begins -- hearing begins at 10:00 at 1515 clay street in oakland. again, we will stream the hearing live on our channel 2 website at ktvu.com. full coverage coming up at noon. police are calling it a missing person case.
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but the family suspects foul play. pam cook is in the newsroom with the search for a single mom who has been missing since sunday night. >> i just got off the phone with sandra coke's sister who flew out from new jersey to help find her sister. this case started with a burglary of a home in oakland and a missing dog. now sandra coke is missing as well. at the time of the burglary, the family says the dog was either stolen or let out. sandra told her daughter she was meeting someone who found the dog and would be right back. that was about 7:00 sunday night. she has not been seen since. >> she has a 15-year-old daughter who is the light of her life and her number one concern. my sister was about her
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daughter and her work. she was not someone who went out late at night. >> her sister is a federals investigator san francisco. itnow, sandra coke's car has been found a couple of miles from the house on aileen street in oakland. her sister also tells me that a good samaritan found one of sandra's phones and called the family. she had two phones, cell phone, one person am, one for work both are in the -- personal one for work. both are in the hands of investigators. they are not telling. family or friends very much information right now or if they found any leads on the phone at this time not to jeopardize the investigation. at 1:00, tanya coke, the sister, family, friends are going to meet at sandra coke's house to hand out fliers.
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they will walk to where her car was found hoping to get the word out and to find sandra. we'll have more information on this evening and website. reporting live in the newsroom, pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, pam. this morning a massive manhunt continues for a man accused of abducting two children who are the focus of a statewide amber alert. police say james dimaggio burned down the home killing the children's mother and an unidentified child. the authorities have issued an amber alert for 16-year-old hannah anderson and her 8-year- old brother, ethan. family members believe the child found in the burned out home is ethan but police have not confirmed that. that's why he's still being considered a missing child. police say dimaggio may be driving a blue four-door nissan versa with the license plate number 6 wcu 8986. and could be headed to texas or
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canada. >> police bring my cousin home. hannah is my baby cousin. >> family and friends held an emotional vigil for hannah anderson pleading with dimaggio to bring her home. hannah's father and grandmother spoke at the vigil and asked loved ones not to lose hope before releasing balloons in the sky. police say dimaggio was a friend of the family who rented the home he's now accused of burning down. friends of hanna say he was interested in dating her. san francisco will be the latest bay area city to host a gun buy-back event. it's scheduled for tomorrow night. unloaded guns will be exchanged for $100. $200 for assault weapons.
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the money is coming from donations as well as city funds. the buy-back runs between 6:00 and 8:00 tomorrow night. it will be in the parking lot of the u.s. bank at 22nd and cap street. 8:38 of the want to check in with sal -- 8:38. want to check in with sal. >> this is 80 westbound at ashby. no one was injured in this part of the crash. but they have the tow truck there on the scene. you will see slow traffic on 80 westbound as you come through down to the toll plaza bound to the toll plaza. it's backed up all the way to richmond. bay bridge still backed up for a 20, 25-minute delay and no major problems. i want to talk about the san mateo bridge now. eastbound, there was a stalled truck, eastbound near the high rise or stalled vehicle.
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westbound traffic is slow kind of taking a look at that and heading to the foster city side, dumbarton bridge is a much better option. sal, enjoying the conversation on twitter? >> it's a good one, i think a lot of people will have opinions, on hbo's "hard knocks." we have a big fog bank. we're kind of on the drier slot. i think we have to wait until tomorrow. the low is beginning to move, between ukiah and the bay area. we need -- this is a weak low. it's still there. even 80s out ot sacramento valley -- out of the sacramento valley a combination of low clouds and high clouds.
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there's some sun. maybe showers north. chilly temperatures will persist for another day or two. even now, low 60s san jose in there. redwood city, hayward, temperatures are pretty klees here. they never got -- close here. they never got that cool. you combine that with the west wind. see a lot of the cloud cover kind of rotating north now going back around the low. maybe tomorrow as that moves in. we'll have to keep an eye on things. it's been a very cool pattern. drizzle. most of that looks like it's ended. partly sunny, partly cloudy. but that low overcast all the way out to stockton and the sacramento valley. that's a strong surge. 60s, 70s. st. helena, 79. clearlake could be in the upper 70s. there's low clouds there as well. vacaville, 82, 79, antioch. danville, san ramon, 74. milpitas in there. very cool, 50s, 60s.
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parts of the peninsula have been warmer towards redwood city. maybe some isolated showers. i would think they would be north and east on thursday and friday. it looks like improving conditions going into the weekend. it's 8:41. it's often called cleave rand's -- cleveland's house of horrors. what's happening at the home where three women were held captive for years. a young father and his 1- year-old boy were shot to death. the unbelievable reason why the father was in town to begin with when "mornings on 2" continues. so... [ gasps ]
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stocks are falling for a third day in a row. disney is the biggest loser on the dow. the real estate website zillow which is hosting president obama this morning, fell 5% after reporting a second quarter loss. taking a live look at the big board, the dow is down 80. s&p down 10. let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following for you -- a.c. transit buses are running as usual after a tebttive agreement a -- tentative
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agreement averted a strike. blame in the shooting death of oscar grant at the fruit veil b.a.r.t. station four years ago may shift in an civil trial. up until now the blame was entirely on johannes mehserle who served 11 months in prison. however, last week a judge ruled that johannes mehserle's supervisor had no legal right to detain oscar grant and his friends the night oscar grant was shot. breaking news from oakland. a baby boy and his young father were killed in an early-morning shooting. ktvu's tara moriarty has been on this story since 4:30. you are back now with the latest information. tara? >> reporter: well, we've just learned that the reason why there were so many people inside the house. the reason why the young father was visiting from fresno was
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because the family was supposed to attend a funeral. someone they say they knew who was murdered on saturday. so obviously a tragedy on top of a tragedy. now, we want to show you a picture of the 1-year-old victim in this case, drew jackson. he was taken to children's hospital earlier this morning after being shot but he did not survive. now, police are looking for the person who crept into the backyard of the house on gormley avenue and shot drew and his 20-year-old father, andrew thomas, while they were sleeping in a bedroom. neighbors say six to eight shots rang out this morning. we spoke to the boy's aunt who said no mother should ever have to bury her baby. >> he was a jolly baby. i know everybody says that about their kids or niece or nephew. he really was. he liked to play outside. he liked animals and all of the other stuff. he loved to play with his
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sister. >> reporter: this happened east of 880 by the oakland airport on gormley. so far, police are not releasing a motive or suspect description. police say thomas could have been the intended target. the house was full of people all going to this funeral. so police are not sure who the shooter was trying to kill. sean whent is supposed to talk about this case later today. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. demolition crews are tearing down the house where rirrial castro held -- arariel castro -- ariel castro held three women cast -- captive. one of the victims watching the demolition, michelle knight.
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she bravely testified against ariel castro in court. once that house is completely torn down, knight wants to build a park there with a garden and a statue of an angel. google did high-tech demolition. now, google removed castro's home from its google map system. searches for the address now show just a blurred box instead of that house. the goal is to reduce the number of people driving by the old home. the trial of the army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people in fort hood, it goes on today. major nadal hasan is acting as his own lawyer. yesterday, in his opening statement, he told the court, the evidence will clearly show he is the shooter. one of the shooting victims says he has physical as well as emotional scars. >> can't go to crowded places anymore. i don't even go to the mall
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anymore. i can't take my child to disneyland because i can't deal with it. >> if convicted, hasan could become the first american soldier to be sent to death row and executed since 1961. 8:49. the u.s. filed the first charges in connection with a deadly attack in libya last year. the attack last september claimed the lives of four americans including u.s. embassy chris stevens who was from the bay area. federal officials say several suspects including a prominent militia leader in libya have been charged in the attack. details are under seal and the investigation continues. new this morning, kenya's main airport has reopened to domestic and cargo flights after a massive overnight fire gutted the international arrive at airport at the airport international airport -- at the
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international airport in nairobi. a pennsylvania man who represented capture a gunman at a town hall meeting rampage says he is not a hero. police say mark kresh wrestled the suspect toot ground after he started shooting at the council meeting in rural pennsylvania last night. three people were killed, three others were wounded. police credit kresh with preventing a bigger tragedy. kresh said he was only trying to save his wife. >> after the second round of shooting, i could not take any more shooting. i -- i got up and ran and i'll be honest with you, my wife was behind me, and i did not want her to be shot. along with that other people were saved too and that's terrific. but that's why i did what i did. >> investigators say the gunman
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had been in a heated dispute with the town council over a sewer line that was on his property. ryan seacrest has another job. he will host for a new game show called "the million second quiz." he says kofn testants -- contestants will live in a glass enclosure while being tested trivia. target is looking for 450 people to work at two of its newest stores in the bay area. the positions will be at the newty start in pacifica and the full-sized store in san rafael. applicants can sign up at the target website for a confirmed interview or walk in and wait for an interview slot. hiring will start today and run
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through saturday. both stores will open in october. all right, tori. 8:52. just when you thought it was safe out there in the water, wait until you see what was spotted out in the bay. the warning this morning and why this sighting is so unusual. good morning. still looking at an overturned vehicle that they are clearing on the freeway 80. we'll tell you more that during the traffic coming up. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver.
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oakland investigators want to know the cause of a fire at a three-story apartment building. flames and smoke blackened the walls and damaged several units. some of the tenants think it was no accident. it may be linked to a domestic dispute. but investigators say it's too early to know that. luckily, no one was hurt in this fire. firefighters in oregon are mourning the loss of a young firefighter, 19-year-old jessie trader was killed yesterday in a rollover crash while rushing to get to a wildfire. he was driving a water tanker on a mountain road when the truck flipped over and rolled into a ditch. firefighters riding behind him stopped to help but it was too late to save him. >> we offer our condolences to jessie's family, friends, colleagues and everyone who knew him. >> he joined a firefighter training program right out of high school. he was the second firefighter
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killed in oregon this fire season. 8:56. there's a warning now for swimmers or windsurfers on san francisco bay. the aquarium of the bay took this photo of a great white shark yesterday at fort mason near the marina green. the expert says while these sharks routinely hang out off the coast, it's strange to see one inside the bay. that looks like a young one. big enough for me, tori. >> yeah, definitely gets our attention. sal's been pretty busy. how is traffic winding dune? >> we sill have problems out there. eastbound 92 san mateo bridge. there's a fuel spill. wait. to put the maps up quickly to show you where it s traffic leaving foster city is slow and also coming in. we want to he show the -- to show you the east shore freeway. traffic is recovering. but still very slow at the bay bridge toll plaza. but we see improvement there as well. let's go to steve. plenty of low clouds and --
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well, whatever you want to call it. nothing. it's there. temperatures will be really cool. in fact, well lee low average all the way into the inland areas out to the sacramento valley. maybe some partly cloudy skies with that low moving in thursday into friday looks better by the weekend. >> all right. >> thank you. that's our report for this morning. thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. >> be sure to watch the news at noon for more on the critical hearing that starts in 90 minutes. [ female announcer ] new nature valley soft-baked oatmeal squares. hearty oatmeal now softly baked with a drizzle of cinnamon. it's a brand-new take on a morning classic. soft-baked oatmeal squares. new from nature valley. with simple, real ingredients, like roasted peanuts, creamy peanut butter, and a rich dark-chocolate flavor, plus 10 grams of protein, so it's energy straight from nature to you.
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